Achieve identity-centric cybersecurity to protect the people, applications and data that are essential to business
Protect the people, applications and data that are essential to business with unified identity security.
Streamline process, reduce errors and minimize complexity associated with managing identities.
Satisfy regulatory, industry, and jurisdictional requirements related to identity security.
Take measured steps to ensure digital transformation initiatives stay in line with identity security best practices.
Reliably collect, store and manage logs from hundreds of systems across the enterprise.
Enable government processes to satisfy regulatory requirements, surpass operational efficiency goals and improve service delivery.
Most PAM programs are great at securing your administrators and traditional privileged access, but as digital transformation breaks down traditional barriers, the areas where PAM has influence and control are increasing. In this session learn how to successfully implement PAM on non-traditional (but incredibly important) areas, such as DevOps, RPA, remote and third-party administrators, and non-human identities.
The race to the cloud is driving everything and should be driving your PAM program as well. Unfortunately, most traditional approaches to PAM don't easily retrofit to support cloud strategies. In this session, we discuss how a PAM program can (and should) support your cloud targets and digital transformation priorities; be delivered in whatever method best supports your strategy (on-prem, hybrid, or private cloud); and learn how next-gen PAM is delivered in a pure SaaS model.
Virtually every headline-generating breach is the result of misuse or abuse of privileged credentials. Proper PAM practices would have gone a long way towards preventing, speeding recovery, and minimizing damages from these incidents. In this session, we'll discuss a recent ransomware attack, looking at what went wrong and what could have been done to mitigate or even prevent the damage.
A modern PAM solution will help you catch attackers trying to impersonate your privileged users, but what happened before that alarm went off? How did the attacker get access? Learn how integration with a security orchestration and response (SOAR) platform can help you gain those insights.